Most Centers Open 8-8, 7 days a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • If you believe your life is at risk then call 911 or to the ER immediately. 
  • Urgent Care handles non-life threatening injuries and illnesses. 
  • Benefits of Urgent Care over ER are lower cost, lower co-pays, convenient locations, and shorter wait times. 
  • No, walk-ins are welcome!
  • Walk-in from open to close.
  • Able to check in online, where you will receive a visit time and text updates.
  • If you have insurance you could owe a co-pay, deductible, or possibly full payment for your visit. 
  • We can check your insurance coverage and requirements when you arrive. 
  • Self-pay pricing is available for those without insurance. 
  • An overview of self-pay prices can be found under the “insurance and billing” tab on this site. 
  • Absolutely.
  • If there are several patients before right before closing, you can make an appointment online for the next day to avoid long wait times. 
  • Yes, we can!
  • We can provide the initial (non-life threatening) visit. 
  • If needed, we can refer you to the proper provider and help schedule an appointment. 
  • If you have visited in the last (3) years, you do not need to complete New Patient paperwork.
  • We have your charts and records electronically available, no matter which location was previously visited. 
  • If you have never visited us or it has been more than (3) years since your last visit, New Patient paperwork must be completed. 
  • Yes, we can handle most drug test requirements. 
  • We usually meet regulatory, government, and private company requirements. 

Still have questions? Click below to find the phone number for your closest Urgent Medcare location – we’d be happy to help answer any questions you may have.